Chiltern & S Bucks Policing Issues Forum 18th May 2021

Chiltern & South Bucks Policing Issues Forum met online, via Zoom, at 6.30pm on Tuesday 18th May.

View minutes of Forum meeting 18th May 2021.

Thank you to the 674 residents who participated in the survey, which ran from April 15th to May 3rd.

Clicking on any of the images below will open a slideshow view of the graphs and tables summarising the feedback from the survey. It is quite clear that Burglary, Antisocial Behaviour (ASB), Speeding and Drug Dealing are leading concerns across the Chiltern & South Bucks area; Dog Theft and Fly Tipping were the top concerns nominated outside the 22 preset choices; and the desire to see increased Police presence was another clear trend.

Your responses will inform the discussion, and will help set focus areas for Chiltern & South Bucks Local Policing Area’s Neighbourhood Police teams. These are currently set as Burglary – Antisocial Behaviour – Speeding.

At the Forum meeting, Thames Valley Police will report on progress on these issues, and we expect the usual frank and wide-ranging discussion. We are also very glad that the newly elected Police and Crime Commissioner for Thames Valley, Matthew Barber, will attend the early part of the meeting.

Information Sources

The following information may help provide additional context.

  • Visit our Crime Stats page for links to Police.UK crime maps – these give monthly breakdowns of crimes in your area, and a zoomable interactive map.

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